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, a prominent rebel leader is killed after signing an accord with the sudanese government. >> in islamabad we have final results for negotiations with a new government under way. on reforms inm the philippines. i will be reporting on the efforts to outlaw child manages -- marriages. a yemeni military jet has crashed in a residential suburb of the capital. .rowds gather in the street at least one person, the pilot, has been killed. it exploded in the air before going down. the committee has already been sent out to investigate. we will bring you more of that story as we get it. hasebel leader from dahrfur been killed attempting to enter the territory within the justice and equality movement. >> this peace deal, signed in april, was one of several glimmers of hope for dar for in recent years, and has since vanished. agreement was signed with the sudanese government, but since then he has broken away, taking a splinter group with him. the main body of the rebels appears to be angry with the sudanese government. he and his convoy were attacked inside of chad inside the darfur region. in his men w
for hundreds of new saints. the syrian government said that they were not behind the car bombings on saturday. turkey has arrested nine people in the attack. and to simmons reports. >> the most devastating attack on turkish soil since the conflict began. recovery teams with investigators in a scrawl of rubble. bodies were still being recovered 18 hours after the explosions. >> we ran inside in a desperate attempt to save our lives. isthe turkish government planning syrian intelligence, the usual suspect according to the minister. said ofdid this, they their intention was to rip out the heart of the town, then they succeeded. refugees,ere fighters, and ngo's use this as a garrison town so close to the border. what they plan to do next is unclear, publicly at least. the intelligence agency is talking about reserving the right to respond. is at a time when there is a glimmer of political hope, with russia and the u.s. attempting to get some dialogue going. what happens on the ground in syria and turkey has its own tragic force, delivering more pain and suffering. four filipino peacekeepers about
restore his views about limited government, american independence, and constitutionalism. his thinking on immigration, civil rights, foreign policy, government union, and especially liberal education warrant considerable attention by politicians today. this is, i believe, was he was a religious man. he didn't think a republic was possible without moral and religious education. and he believed that holy command you should know the truth and set you free. ought to be the guiding principle in all of our educational system as well as our republic. america, he argued, was founded by religious man. it's finest schools succeeded because they shape souls as well as opinions. and as we know, great presidents are products are of the education. he knew well the value of education because the political thought was shaped. .. >> the ambassador to mexico and secretary of commerce and attorney-general and supreme court justice don't never philosophically and perhaps physically far from his professors flexors -- lectures he never forgot them. he believes that would refresh the sole to bring just rewar
that the government says is helping people live longer. gunman have kidnapped the son of pakistan's former prime minister, yousaf raza gillani, in the latest violent attack to hit the election campaign. ali haider gillani was leaving an election rally when he -- men started shooting, killing his personal secretary. he is running as an independent candidate in general elections. nts tie up -- in ts tie out -- imtiaz tyab is live with more. have you found out anything more about what happened and who did this? >> the campaign in the heartland of the family, where this family has an enormous amount of support and sympathy. what we know is that a group of men stormed this campaign rally. they were armed men. they opened fire, injuring eight people, killing one. as we have been saying, they have objected ali haider gillani. no group has claimed responsibility. however, there have been conflicting reports that the group may be behind this -- the outgoing minister. a direct connection between this and the pakistan taliban who have been behind a series of attacks during this campaign. yousaf raza gillan
actually had to say and what he did say to restore his views about limited government, american independence and constitutionalism. his thinking on immigration, foreign policy, government unions and eecllliberal education warrant considerable attention by politicians today. deeply religious man, he did not think the republic was possible without moral and religious education. and the truth will set you free ought to be the guiding principle in all of our education system as well as our republic. america he argued was trying to buy a religious man, the finest schools succeed because they shave souls as well as opinions. great presidents our product of their education. coolidge knew the value of education because his political thought was shaved act and her swear under the tutelage of its most famous professor a professor of philosophy, coolidge learned everything he need to know about politics. william james called him the greatest teacher in the united states and coolidge absolutely loved him. pages of his very slim autobiography to that old professor and after each died coolidg
in the 1.0 world. it was a company that created technology to connect citizens better with government * . i ran it for almost nine years. and when i was elected to office four years ago, i was unfortunately more surprised than i wanted to be about how far behind san francisco government was. this was very 2008, 2009. with you i'm really proud of the leaps and bounds we have taken as a city * . i was proud in 2010 to help move forward legislation to really bring together city departments to work in a coordinated way with our committee on information technology. to help create a chief information officer position for the city. i was also proud to work with then mayor newsome in passing the first generation of open data legislation that we have. but as our civil grand jury in june pointed out, our i-t in san francisco is still in need of a culture shock. and this is where all of us come in today. we have 200 data sets that have already been put out there, but by and large the data sets put out by city government are data sets that i think show us in a very positive way. from my perspective, it
ahead, the president's call for bigger government. first, a political rookie versus a veteran on the campaign trail. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. speaker john boehner said entitlement reform must be part of any deal to raise the debt ceiling this time around. he is also calling for tax reform and less spending. in a conversation today with rich edson of the fox business network. >> we have two problems. we have a spending problem and secondly, we have this slow economic growth. it's pathetic. the president will go out on the jobs tour and talk about how the economy is growing. barely. so if we're serious about solving our spending problem, we need to look at the revenue side. the revenue side means getting our economy going again, helping people get better wages and better opportunities for better jobs. >> polls close at the top of the hour in south korcarolina's fir congressional district for one of the most unusual special elections in recent memory. involves a disgrace d politicia
ideology that is the greatest single challenge the new government will face. >> in this moment of reflection between the announcement of results and formation of the new government, one fact has clearly emerged. a two-party system means that the political landscape of pakistan has changed. >> there is no sign of an end to the violence that was a feature of the election campaign. in the latest incident, six people were killed and more than 40 wounded in quetta when a suicide bomber targeted a police building. we will speak about the political developments. you are in the main stronghold in the country. unofficial results show that he is the winner in this election, but not strong enough to rule alone. the political horse trading is already underway. what are you hearing about that? >> hi there. i think the p lmn, the party of no was sharif, is keeping a close eye on those exit -- nowaz sharif, is keeping a close eye on those exit holes and hoping that their party will inch past the post. it is not looking quite like they will. there is a reasonable chance they will get quite clo
is a challenge, how will we judge if the speech has steam and if the government is still seriously in business and has a serious program you g? >> it is not just the number of builds. anyone can pack things in to look as though they are very busy. we had a lot during our time. some are better than others and some respects. i am willing to concede that. there are some issues we have already heard about that are coming up areas social care is vitally important. we increased funding by 50% and give more room access to pensions. we clearly know that more needs to be done. i go back to what my colleague said, we are facing very difficult times. we are three years in and things have not gotten better. unemployment is still too high, particularly amongst the young and long-term unemployed. the cost of living is very difficult. when it comes to things like hidden charges on energy bills, bills go up when the prophet is going up as well. they don't think it is fair. people have been looking to whether the government is listening to those real-time concerns that people are worried about. >> the lord spe
for us to hear. oury, we are presenting government to address the violence and sexual violence and the rape issues. we are coming to an agreement with the united nations to support somalia to overcome these things. this is emanating from the lack of support of a judicial institutions in place. we need professional security forces that are qualified to address those issues and establish a ditch -- judicial system. it is part of today's opportunity to garner forrnational support serious issues inside somalia. the president joins us live from a conference in london. what is different this time around and what do we expect the outcome to be? he was anago, academic, and now he is the president. he has probably done more for the country in eight months than previous administration has john -- done in 20 years. joining me is the special repetitive to africa -- representative to africa. a lot of progress has been made in terms of rebuilding somalia, but there is still so much more to do. >> absolutely, there's a lot to do. it is essential we stay focused on finishing the business, whic
in bangladesh, that is what the government of this muslim majority nation is fighting to uphold, a cut -- a country governed by secular laws. protesters have cut off the city. quell the violence. opposition leaders are continuing to call their supporters to join the protests, meaning that bangladesh must break for more bloodshed. >> they are refusing to concede defeat after the ruling coalition narrow win on sunday. he has described the result as the worst electoral fraud in labor history. scott reports. >> the morning after a historic election, labor reflects on the news that the ruling coalition will be returning for another term. in for another 12 years on sunday, the victory was not as big. some big names lost their seats and the ethnic chinese all but abandoned the coalition. striking a conciliatory note at a press conference after the win was confirmed. democracy has gone, clearly. with the importance of the nation and all parties, i hope that all parties can accept these results and about democratic processes to proceed smoothly. >> opposition supporters were bitterly disappoint
who cls himself the cowboys a libertarian argues the bloated government is killing off grit in america. >> we have become a dependent state and we decided to trade freedom for security to say let the government handle these things let's be dpendent on the government. john: you say your parents are ry different. >> absolutely they said if you want to go be something in your life you have to get out there and start working when you are young, start doing things and demonstrate the ability to stand by your own 2 feet the last few years we have been teaching self-esteem instead of self-reliance. john: they like them so. >> that is great we build an ice nation of narcissist. life has risk you cannot litigate or legislate your way out of every problem. something just happened. john: the one thing is we by boomers embrace was the welfare state. i believed this would end poverty and it is a good example of the dependency talk because if you look at a graph of what happened after the war on poverty gan it is true poverty dropped the first five years 9 million people were helped the look that si
the bloated government is killing off grit in america. >> we have become a dependent state and we decided to trade freedom for security to say let the government handle these things let's be dependent on the government. john: you say your parents are very different. >> absolutely they said if you want to go be something in your le you have to get out there and start working when you are young, start doing things and demonstrate the ability to stand by your own 2 feet the last few years we have been teaching self-esteem instead of self-reliance. john: they like them so. >> tha is great we build an ice nation of narcissist life has risk you cannot litigate or legislate your way out of every problem. something just happened. john: the one thing is we baby boomers embrace was the welfare state. i believed this would end poverty and it is a good example of the dependency talk because if you look at a graph of what happened after the war on poverty began it is true poverty dropped the first five years 9 million people were helped the look that since then the line goes up and down a and the top
with new delhi. u.s. president barack obama said he will work with the new pakistani government as an equal partner. official results do not come out until later on monday, and sharif is too hard head -- too far ahead of his rival. we report from the capital islamabad. the chief election commissioner has the air of a man whose job was well done. it is the largest ever exercise in pakistani democracy. more than 50 million people casting their votes. the percentage of voting is very high. this is what i call empowerment of the people. a public show of strength. nawaz sharif will be pakistan's first three-time prime minister, hoping that after being driven by the army from office, this time he will get to complete his five-year term. there was a satisfying victory for the pakistan's people party which for decades has been the only other viable horse in the race for political power. a merging in this election, a third course in pakistani politics, imran khan's movement for justice may have only come second in the polls, but it was a staggering first inning by the former international cricketer.
the party will win enough seats to form a government without coalition partners. the pakistan movement for justice has secured 34 seats. the party's led by former cricket star. the pakistan people's party has won 32 seats, down from the preelection 134. the party was in power for five years. pakistan has had a long relationship with the united states. the election may change this and affect antiterror operations. >>> sharif was a known critic of pakistan cooperation with the united states against islamic militants. pakistan has suffered from terror attacks. but sharif is critical of the u.s. use of drones against islamic militants in northwestern pakistan. he says such attacks are a violation of his country's sovereignty. instead, sharif has been stressing the importance of die hog with the militants rather than coercion through military might. the u.s. is worried that a sharif administration might not be cooperative in operations against terrorists. sharif's campaign contains no negative rhetoric against the united states. people say it will change once he takes power. the elections m
who insult islam and the prophet mohammed. they ignored a government issue for protesters to leave dhaka by sunday. >> with parts of the city in ruins, protesters continue to fight. surrounded by the flames of the day's classes, which, after hours of battle, still burn. ofdreds of thousands demonstrators have taken to the streets. bullets, theybber refused to back down. setting fire to cars and buildings. of doc ahe streets into a battleground. -- of dhaka into a battleground. they were answering calls by demanding new blasphemy laws and saying that blasphemers should be tried under the sharia law. >> this protest is under demand by hifazat-e-islam. loggers he is referring to are using new media to advocate for a circular society in bangladesh. that is what the government of this nation is fighting to uphold, a government of secular, liberal laws. protesters cut off the city. the government responding with 15,000 soldiers in attempts to quell the violence. looters seized their moment. opposition leaders are continuing to call supporters to join the parties, meaning bangladesh must
that a government must have to succumb to the pressure of terror. and then we see that it will go into reward the perpetrator to continue to carry out his carnage. that is wrong. >> the problem has gone beyond my jury room. it has its roots in libya. even if the majority is well-contained, and the borders are not secure, you have not solved the problem. >> reporter: lipt lipto suggests christians united in prayer can solve the problem. >> the voiceless are not being represented. but if we look to the person christ and avoid all these differences and come together, we will be able to give a voice to the voiceless. and that is what we're called to do. >> reporter: gary lane, cbn news. >> george: the rights of religious extremism is largely to blame for an increase in persecution of religious minorities around the world. that's the conclusion by the u.s. government panel. the u.s. commission on international religious freedom, which advises the u.s. state department, released its annual report this week. the report says extremists target religious minorities for violence, including physical assa
of a former prime minister and pakistan continues. turkey's leader says he has evidence the syrian government has used chemical weapons. and why some economists say indonesia's building bubble is about to burst. amazing. a woman has been pulled alive from the rubble of a factory in bangladesh 17 days after it collapsed. reshma, seen in purple in the center of the picture. she was found by rescue teams in the remains of the second floor of the rana plaza gogarment factory. she was able to talk to rescuers. at first glance, she appeared to have no serious injuries. andhat girl was all alone using a small pipe like this. i told my colleague, there is someone here. she said, please, sir, save me. >> i asked her if she was ok and if she wanted something to eat. after that we gave her food. we made whole and we got her out. >> let's go to our correspondent in dhaka. conflicting reports on where she was found. the basement or whatever. how fiis she? >> is doing relatively well, with no major injuries, but she is quite traumatized. she's been taken to the military hospital, which is quite nearby. she
. analysts say they'll discuss how to nurse their government finances back to health while spending more to generate growth. most g7 leaders are key to spend. the germans are standing firm in their belief for a need of austerity. japan's finance minister and bank of japan governor explain why they have been putting more money into circulation. the japanese say their only goal is to pull their economy out of deflation. the dollar surged past 101 yen. it reached its highest level in over four years. u.s. treasury secretary jack lew gave american tv viewers his take on the japanese policy. he said he accepts what the japanese leaders are doing as long as they're not devaluing the yen deliberately. he said he'll keep an eye on whether the japanese stick to rules agreed by the leaders of the g7 and g20. and the german finance minister sent a similar message. he said the leader of all g20 nations must keep their agreement. >>> japanese government leaders are looking to boost their companies by invisting esting i africa. prime minister abe plans to hold bilateral talks next month on the sidelin
've got to remind them we don't want government to do everything for us but it's got a role to play on infrastructure, basic research, making sure that we've got a tax system that's fair. making sure that we've got some basic stability in our budget so people aren't always guessing what's going to happen around the corner. >> the president was met at the airport today by texas governor rick perry. the two former mitt romney opponents, one vanquished, one victorious, seemed to have an affable enough greeting especially that time when he met jan brewer visiting arizona last year. both rick perry and the new "it boy, cruz, took the opportunity to say texas is in better shape by and large than the nation and the president should run the economy like the republicans are running the texas economy or better yet let texas republicans take over for him. rick perry wrote an op led, to highlight job creation, no more natural place than texas while the nation lost 2.5 million jobs, texas created half a million yet new jobs. if president obama is serious about getting america back to work he has
late to. nobody is going to get it at the right second. now, do you what your government to protect you a little more aggressively even after the rest is gone? which is to be too late to or do you what your governmento abandon its protection before the rest is gone and be injured, which is tooar? it is a little bit like the question -- there are only two times to go to war coming to earlier today to. the second world war, churchill wanted to get us off the dime more quickly. we didn't. 50 million people later in terms of death we included the war. did we go to light? you get to the war memorial in washington for the u.s., 400,000 people died in the second world war, u.s. when i walk through there and thinking, maybe it is better to go lyly than it is too late. these are tough questions, and it is easy to sit as either an academic or other community in the catbird seat and let the president of the united states and say, what are you thinking? but i think that in terms of risks on the war on terror, it would be a very substantial political risk to say that it is ov if it is not. and i am
-host a peace conference with the aim of bringing together rebel groups and the assad government. >> there was no mention of the newly proposed peace conference when president bashar al assad appeared on syrian state television with one of his few remaining allies, the iranian foreign minister. the reiterated tehran's's support for the regime in damascus and told supporters that iran would continue to help syria and its people, who he said had so bravely defended themselves against attacks. on tuesday, syria's other main ally, russia, consulted with assad's most vocal opponent, the united states. u.s. secretary of state john kerry was in moscow to try to find common ground on syria with russian leaders, and indeed, the u.s. and russia did manage to agree on a joint diplomatic initiative. they want to get all sides together for talks to find a political solution to the pcrisis. the idea has been well received, including by germany. >> we are convinced that president assad has lost its legitimacy, but we also know that we need to organize a political protest to carry things out. th
. the goal is to, quote, demonstrate how technology can circumvent laws until governments simply become irrelevant. this is about enabling individuals to create their own sovereign space. the government will increasingly be on the sidelines saying, hey, wait, it is about creating a new order. so that's why you don't do this secretly. you do this publicly. you try to get as much attention as you can to make government seem beside the point to make government seem impotent and irrelevant, so ultimately in your anarchist utopia government will wither and die on the vine and we'll all self-govern ourselves. without government, we can move forward into a well armed anarchist utopia where everyone fends for themselves with plastic looking guns that sometimes blow up after one shot. that's why there is such a publicity effort around there. it is a political effort to try to do away with government. that is one way to fight the government. the other way to fight the government, of course, is to shoot at the government. the other quite visually compelling, even visually distracting news story wa
? >> well, unless something is done about it, i means if you stick your neck out and oppose the government in any way, you could be audited no mater who is in power. that has happened. toby is right, for many decades now. look at the tax system. we have 72,000 plus pages because people have bought off crooked politicians for so many decades that they've gotten so many favors that there is exemptions, 72,000-plus page if you get audited, you hire accountants and lawyers and prove your case, you still are to pay your accountants and lawyers. it's a rotten system. that needs to be abolished and go to some type of flat tax. >> neil: gary b, the irs apologized. does that mean there might be something more behind that? what do you think that means basically for taxpayers? >> i think this is scary, brenda. i hope this issue does not go away. look, the irs might have apologized, but you can almost guarantee they didn't do this on their own. they had marching orders from someone. i hate to be a black helicopter, u know, conspiracy theorist. >> come o give it a shot. >> where did the orders come fro
the government would take theÑi guns. >> thiew knew that happens to governments, and governments turn against their people because the people go to sleep.i tyranny then would go undefeated. >> jon: by theçó way, monopoly of violence, worst monopoly game yet. so we got it-- government's the bad guy. gotta have guns as a bulled war, against tyranny. >> boston proves it. when brave law enforcement officers did their jobs in that city so courageously, good guys with guns stopped terrorists with guns. >> jon: got it. government's the good guy-- wait. ( laughter ) so the police are the good guys, and who they work for? the government. so you have no idea who the good guys are and the bad guys are. in fact, these guys aren't too sure about the difference between democracy and tyranny, either. >> i'll tell you, i was proud to join with my friends senator rand paul and senator mike leigh is writing a short and simple letter to harry reid that said we will filibuster any legislation that undermines the second amendment rights to keep and bear arms. >> jon: ooh! they did it. and their filibuster wa
a war crime and called on the government to bring them to a halt by shooting down the remote-controlled aircraft in the -- if necessary. >> the cia uses unmanned aircraft to kill suspected taliban and militants. the court ruled that the practice was illegal and asked the foreign ministry to propose a u.n. resolution on the matter. the west has already rejected the pakistani call to end the strike. the death toll from the collapse of a garment factory in bangladesh two weeks ago has now passed 900. hot on its heels, yet another disaster. then a fire in an 11-story garment factory claimed the lives of eight people, including a leading politician and a top official in bangladesh's powerful clothing manufacturers trade group. >> staff turning up for work found themselves in front of closed doors. the fire broke out after production had finished for the night, so most staff had left by then. the blaze started on one of the lower floors. it is not yet known what caused it. >> i think the fire originated from an electrical short circuit. a large number of staff were on the third flo
[ yelling ] >> stephen: tonight, a vast government cover-up. turns out the social security numbers they gave us are all different. then how can the catholic church appeal to young people? well, they could try making it the sermon on the mountain dew. and my guest robert caro is here with his fourth book on lyndon johnson. i believe it's l.b.j. and the goblet of fire. chris christie killed a spider. it picked the wrong guy to steal curds and whey from. this is the colbert report. captioning sponsored by comedy central ( cheers and applause ). >> stephen: welcome to the report, everybody. good to have you with us. thank you, ladies and gentlemen. >> stephen, stephen, stephen! tephen: thank you very much. thank you, folks. please. ( cheers and applause ). folks, as you probably know, i am super tight with media mogul and thing-favoriter oprah winfrey. we have the kind of friendship where you can go years without seeing each other and we pick up right where we left off. or at least i assume we will when we meet for the second time. of course i'm a huge fan of o, oprah's book club. that
the government we want it all we do is tear it down. amazing things are going on all the time i public servants, and we need to recognize them if we want to see them replicated by other public service. this is the period of time that has been both congressionally and presidentially determined to be the week when we focus intently on the good things that are public servants are doing to our government is our tool for our collective action, our only tool for collective action, and we need to solve a huge array of challenging problems, problems we see all the time in the news but we don't focus on them until they become part of the news. we see that in recent events with the boston marathon terrorist attack, we see with respect to foreign issues whether it is serious or north korea. we see it when there's an interruption of service, for example, with the air traffic controllers. although there is again only the obvious interruption and not interruption that are taking place across the board and all the very things that government does. we don't recognize the need for these public servants until th
placement u.s. government exam. host: good morning. the wall street journal said how congress considers immigration reform, especially on back taxes. " looks atngton post the reelection campaign of gov. mitch mcconnell of kentucky. house off the representatives will say that the house will investigate why the irs targeted 80 party group. 75 groups were selected between 2010 and 2012. the next 45 minutes we are quick to get your reaction. those things you can react off of, the irs is actions specifically. and then what can be done about it. give us a call. if you want to comment on our social media platforms -- if you are just following the story the associated press bricks down what happened. it says -- eric counter -- eric cantor sent out this tweet -- this going to talk about for the first 45 minutes this morning. the phone lines will be on your screen. @cspanwj is how you reach us on twitter. some of the facebook comments this morning -- two of the comments on facebook. send us tweets cspanwj. this is from the "associated press," -- we will go to the calls. republican line, this is r
're. this is something that shakes the faith that we have in our government, and trust we have. you don't want to mess with that foundation, this administration has done, that again, i say, like blind ambition, it does not matter what it takes we're going to get it done, but this is so chilling, something that american people, this is not a republican agenda or american agenda this is say -- >> mainstream media still by and large covers for president and white house, but i think will change a lot of that indicating that justice department had been targeting a number of ap phone reporters collecting of their phone records, called in and out of their offices. and to find out when they were getting when it wws -- process of gathering news on top stories, now, that cuts to their core, and i think gets their attention, what do you think? >> absolutely. you know old story, it depends who whose bull is getting gored. it was all right before, i do not accept it for one minute. american public should not, what is scarier mainstream media has stood back and watched this happen, thank goodness for fox, and bengh
of the refinances continuing because the government is releasing new programs on a pretty regular basis that are enabling more and more to be able to refinance. gerri: some of this is led by the government. because, as you were saying before we came to air, there is no market for selling jumbo loans quite yet. >> mostly everything ties to the government because the government is buying everything, whether it be fannie mae or freddie mac or an fha mortgage. it is ultimately backed by the government which is what programs are mostly available. gerri: the average credit score, 745. that is pretty good. if i saw 600 would think that is loose. this is a high credit score. >> a little misleading. what you are seeing is predominantly again among the people are refinancing, and those who are have higher credit scores. those who have lower are either timid and don't think that they can or more often than not and there and a situation where they were for ) a short sale of bankruptcy and would not be able to apply. so the credit score the you're seeing is a low skewed. gerri: 745 sounds good to me
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